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The 4.3x60 HiPo Gen I Night Vision Monocular from Bering Optics is a handheld optic useful for close to mid-range observations in low light or complete darkness. This night vision device (NVD) has a built-in infrared illuminator that is capable of lighting a subject up to 55 yd away. The IR illuminator is controlled by a dedicated button that allows it to be activated without taking your eye off the visual scene.
This configuration of the HiPo monocular has 4.3x magnification and f/1.2 light gathering ability. Additionally, this NVD is capable of focusing to within four feet. The HiPo monocular's image intensifier tube is protected from bright light damage by circuitry that deactivates the NVD when it detects excessive light levels. The housing is equipped with a Weaver rail for mounting additional accessories like a long-range IR illuminator. An IPX4-compliant, water-sealed housing makes the HiPo NVD ready to perform in light rain, high humidity, and even freezing temperatures.
25mW 850nm infrared illuminator with a 55 yd range of visible illumination
100mm f/1.2 lens system can focus within four feet
IPX4-compliant housing is water-resistant and rated to perform in 93% humidity
Weaver rail for mounting accessories
In the Box
Bering Optics 4.3x60 HiPo Gen I Night Vision Monocular
Lifetime Limited Warranty
Two-Year Warranty for Intensifier Tube
Table of Contents
Objective Lens Diameter
Field of View
59 ft ( m) at 100 yd
100 mm f/1.2
Minimum Focus Distance
3.3 ft (1 m)
(2) AA batteries
Up to 25 hours of continuous operation (70 hours without IR illuminator)